• Tutoring
  • Counselling
    • The Student Wellness and Accessibility Centre has Counselling Services available. Students are encouraged to book an appointment using counselling@humber.ca or by calling at 416-675-5090 (North) campus or 416-675-6622 ext. 3331 (Lakeshore).  Counselling appointments are available from 8:30am – 4:30pm Monday to Friday
    • Traditional counsellors and other health services provided by Anishnawbe Health Toronto (AHT)
    • MNO’s Healing & Wellness Program has a 24hr Mental Health Crisis Line as well as individual counselling.
    • The Weaving Wellness Centre is a private clinical and consulting practice that is centred on supporting individuals, families and communities engage in healing and enhance well-being.
    • Noojimo is an Indigenous-owned virtual mental health services clinic that facilitates virtual access for Indigenous people to culturally appropriate mental wellness services from Indigenous care providers
  • IGNITE'S Financial Security
    IGNITE's Financial Relief Program (FRP) provides short-term assistance to full-time students and is confidential. Emergency situations include, but are not limited to: being kicked out of home, physical and/or health issues, child care issues and abuse.
  • Humber Indigenous Library Resources
  • Humber Athletics and Recreation
  • Humber Financial Aid
  • Humber LGBTQ
  • Métis Nation of Ontario Postsecondary Education Funding, Financial and Other Supports
  • External Awards & Scholarships
    • Indspire (Formerly the National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation)
      Indspire is a charitable organization dedicated to delivering bursary and scholarship awards that provide the support necessary for Canadian Indigenous students to achieve their academic potential.
  • Employment & Training
  • Arts, Culture and Education
    • Native Earth Performing Arts
      Native Earth Performing Arts is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to creating, developing and producing of professional artistic expression of the Aboriginal experience in Canada.
    • Indigenous Camp Choice
      Camp Choice is a summer program that brings grade 7/8 students from various First Nation communities throughout Ontario together to participate in a three day and two night college experiential camp. Students stay at Humber's Main Campus Residence and spend one day at the Lakeshore Campus.
    • Native Canadian Centre of Toronto
      Native Canadian Centre of Toronto is a membership-based, charitable organization in the heart of downtown Toronto in a beautifully renovated heritage building. NCCT offers a wide range of programs and services based on Native cultural traditions and teachings. All are welcome.
    • NationTalk
      NationTalk is an Aboriginal newswire, employment, event and tender service in Canada.
  • Health
    Read more about eating well with Canada's Food Guide for First Nations, Inuit and Métis people